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Ten small changes you can make today to prevent weight gain

By Claire Madigan, Senior Research Associate, Centre for Lifestyle Medicine and Behaviour, Loughborough University
Henrietta Graham, PhD Researcher, Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University
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Between the ages of 20 and 55, most adults gain between 0.5 and 1kg a year, which could see some people become overweight or obese over time. This weight gain isn’t usually the result of overeating large amounts of food. Instead, it’s usually caused by eating a small amount – around 100-200 extra calories – more than is…

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